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EPA Proposes Rule to Improve Transparency of Guidance

EPA Proposes Rule to Improve Transparency of Guidance

On Tuesday (5/19), EPA released its first-ever proposed rule to establish consistent requirements and procedures for the issuance of guidance...

EE2020 Announces Webinar Series Starting June 4

EE2020 Announces Webinar Series Starting June 4

EE2020 is going virtual! In lieu of an in-person meeting, the 2020 E-Enterprise and Exchange Network National Meeting will launch as...

EPA Adds PFAS to Toxics Release Inventory Reporting

EPA Adds PFAS to Toxics Release Inventory Reporting

On May 18, EPA finalized its rule to add 172 per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) to the Toxics Release Inventory...

ASDWA and AMWA Submit Recommendations to EPA on PFAS Risk Communication

ASDWA and AMWA Submit Recommendations to EPA on PFAS Risk Communication

On May 15th, the Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA) and the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) submitted...

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ASDWA Reports and White Papers

ASDWA collects data, conducts analysis, and provides policy recommendations to educate decision-makers on the states’ perspective on drinking water issues that impact its members.

Visit ASDWA’s Reports page to view our White Papers and additional Reports.

Beyond Tight Budgets (December 2018)Costs of States' Transactions Study [CoSTS] (April 2018)Insufficient Resources for State Drinking Water Programs Threaten Public Health (December 2013)ASDWA-ACWA Report on Contaminants of Emerging Concern

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The Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA) is the professional Association serving state drinking water programs. Formed in 1984 to address a growing need for state administrators to have national representation, ASDWA has become a respected voice for state primacy agents with Congress, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and other professional organizations.

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Elevating Drinking Water as a National Priority

One of the most important roles ASDWA has is to make sure no one stops thinking about water. Whether that means spending time on the Hill to speak with Congressional staff about drinking water issues, or expanding the reach of our communications to the public by way of social media, ASDWA is constantly working to advance our message of public health protection on behalf of our members. Having safe drinking water is taken for granted by many, so ASDWA continually emphasizes drinking water’s importance for public health and for the economy.

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